When Fast Food Pensacola closed, McDonald’s got the last laugh

Fast Food: When McDonald’s closed its fast food restaurants in Florida, fast food critics hailed the chain for having a “better quality menu” than the chains nationwide.

But what about the McDonald’s employees who worked there?

Some are calling it the last gasp of the company.

[Editor’s note: This article was updated on August 12, 2018.]

Fast Food: The last gasp for McDonald’s fast food franchise owners in Pensacolas restaurant industry article Pensacolanans have been calling for the fast food giant to reopen its fast-food restaurants in Pensaccia for more than a decade.

But in the years since McDonald’s began operating there, it has shuttered at least 11 franchises in Florida.

The franchisees say the closures are hurting the communities they serve.

“I know some of the people who have been impacted,” said one of the franchise owners, who requested his last name not be used because he fears repercussions for his business.

“It’s heartbreaking to see the livelihoods of our customers and the people we serve being impacted by this.”

But McDonald’s has said the closures have left its customers “in limbo.”

It said it plans to reopen five of its Florida locations, and that it is looking to expand in Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee and Virginia.

“We will continue to expand our business as we have done in the past,” the company said in a statement on Monday.

“We continue to make investments in our operations, and we have no plans to make any changes to our restaurant chain.”

The closures are being met with some skepticism in the community.

“The bottom line is, they have made their decision,” said Michael Zalewski, the CEO of Pensacolans United, an advocacy group that has worked on behalf of franchise owners and the community they serve for years.

“They’re closing the doors.

They’re shutting down.

And I think people have to be able to make their own decisions and make their decision whether they want to work at McDonald’s, whether they’d like to go to another fast food place.”

But there is some support for the company’s decision to close some locations.

“If you can make a business from something, and the cost is too high, you’re going to close it,” said Zalewski.

“You don’t need to be a McDonald’s to make a living.

You need to have some money.”

And there is also some support from a former McDonald’s franchisee.

“My experience working there was horrible,” said former McDonalds franchisee, John Stovall.

“There was no safety.

You were on the phone with your boss.

They would tell you, ‘If we can’t get the employee to come back, we’ll close.’

And you would have to get the owner to get off the phone.”

He said he’s still trying to figure out why McDonald’s would shut down a business that had been a community staple for more the last 40 years.

“I’m still not quite sure why McDonalds would do that, especially considering that they’ve been a part of our community for 50 years,” he said.

“It’s hard to be the last guy to do something,” said another franchisee who requested anonymity because he is afraid of retribution.

“People don’t have a lot of options.

If I wanted to take the job and the job was on the line, then I’m not going to.”

McDonald’s has made some public statements about the closure of its franchises in the last year.

“McDonalds remains committed to serving our customers in Pensas county, and McDonalds remains focused on delivering great service to our customers,” the chain said in October.

“We know that some of our franchises in this region will remain open,” it added.

“But the closing of our franchisees will impact our restaurants in the communities where we operate.

Our restaurants and the communities in which they are located are important to us.

We have always been committed to making sure that our restaurants are welcoming and welcoming to our employees.”

McGuire has been outspoken about the closures.

He has said that McDonald’s franchises in Pensascolas are “a blight on our community” and “we need to work to fix them.”

The company said it has offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the closure.

McDonald’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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